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Sorry for the delay, it has been a super busy week for me. Max’s new miniseries Tutankhamun aired on Sunday! The episode was amazing and I really loved it. It’s so great to see Max in another role again. If you haven’t had a chance to see it, I highly recommend it!
For now, I have added high quality promotional photos from the series along with episode stills from the first episode. I’ve also added HD screen captures from the episode to the gallery! Be sure to check them all out!
Posted on 21 October 2016by Emilywith 0 Comments
The site is now accessible through max-irons.com. However, you can still continue to use maxirons.org.
With slow updates, I thought I would give you all something nice. I have added lovely portraits of Max taken earlier this year at the BAFTA Awards.
Posted on 03 September 2016by Emilywith 0 Comments
On Sunday (June 26), Max attended the Lavin: Front Row at Paris Fashion Week. The gallery has been updated with high quality photos. Thanks to my friend Aurelie for her help with the HQs!
Posted on 30 June 2016by Emilywith 1 Comment
Max attended the EE British Academy Film Awards last night at The Royal Opera House in London, England. He presented the award for Best Production Design to Mad Max: Fury Road alongside his The Riot Club co-star, Douglas Booth. The gallery has been updated with photos from the arrivals, backstage, show, and winners room!
Posted on 15 February 2016by Emilywith 0 Comments
Dunhill has always been about gentlemanly style, but under the new creative direction of John Ray it’s being pushed to the max. Not only are we seeing a far more preppy, British style from the seasonal collections now that Dunhill has returned to the London men’s shows schedule, but we’re also seeing it in the ad campaigns – and the latest, which you can see here, is no exception. For the new season, Dunhill has enlisted the help of actor Max Irons and models Jack Guinness and Andrew Cooper (who you might recognise from the campaign for the brand’s recently released fragrance, Dunhill Icon) – three men who couldn’t look more gentlemanly if they tried – shot by Peter Lindbergh in a tryptic of envy-inducing tailoring. Take a look, and absorb the styling tips in time for autumn…